Tech firm DemandJump prepares move into new downtown offices

DemandJump, which sells artificial intelligence marketing software, plans to move into new space in MarketTower in the coming weeks.

The tech firm, founded in 2015, had spent much of its life in office space near 106th and Meridian streets but moved into temporary space downtown in August.

The build-out of its new digs, on the 19th floor of Market Tower, is nearly complete, co-founder Shawn Schwegman said, and the firm plans to move in Nov. 1.

"I think your space, while it doesn't define you, it absolutely helps aid the culture of the company," he said. The new space is roughly 3,800 square feet.

DemandJump joins software firms ReturnPath and Emarsys, which are on the 11th floor and 13th floor, respectively, at Market Tower.

Schwegman said the company has about 18 employees now, up from six in January, and has several clients in retail, consumer products, healthcare and finance, including "household names" he wouldn't disclose.

The company raised $750,000 in growth capital in a seed round last November and $1.8 million in a round in June.

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